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Section: General News - Vietnam will create more opportunities for children to access information, voice their opinions, join social activities and be part of decision making processes.
These are part of the goals laid out in the National Programme of Action for Children (NPAC) 2011-20 draft, compiled by the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs that was submitted to the Prime Minister for approval last December.
The programme, the third of its kind in Vietnam, is aimed at creating equal opportunities for development for children and ensure basic children's rights, such as the right to participation, said Nguyen Hai Huu, head of the ministry's Child Care and Protection Department.
It will cost an estimated 1.25 trillion VND (62.5 million USD) to implement the plan.